Bruce Levine is a native Manhattanite who lives with his wife, actress Lydia Franklin, and their dog Daisy and has spent his life as a writer and a music and theatre professional. His literary catalogue includes the show-biz thriller Caught In The Crossfire, Detective Winston murder mystery novels, short stories, essays, magazine articles, miscellaneous short works and the screenplay Ripper.
His extensive theatre and show business background led him into writing musical theatre libretti and three murder mystery shows, a natural offshoot of his predilection for murder, at least on paper.
His works have been published in a variety of media including Woodwind World and Accent magazines, Brimfield Publications, Heuer Publishing and Rodale Press and his shows have been produced in New York and around the country. His latest stories: The Jeremy Saunders Stories, A Cup Of Tea and Harbor Neck take Bruce and his readers on an entirely new adventure where home and family prevail and love and relationships triumph over everything. Among his latest short works are new short stories, humorous sketches, flash fiction, Claudine and Andy mysteries, poetry and new publishers including Every Writer, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, Friday Flash Fiction, Visitant, Grey Sparrow Journal, Leaves of Ink, Eskimo Pie, Flash Fiction Magazine, WestWard Quarterly and The Bookends Review.